Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism / 2017 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

The Coadministration of Unoxidized and Oxidized Desi Ghee Ameliorates the Toxic Effects of Thermally Oxidized Ghee in Rabbits

Table 3

Effects of coadministration of unoxidized and oxidized desi ghee on the changes in serum biochemical parameters of rabbits.

ParametersTreatment daysControl1 g OG/kg2 g OG/kg3 g OG/kg3 g OG + 3 g NG/kg3 g NG/kg

Glucose (mg/dL)785.3 ± 5.782.3 ± 5.872.7 ± 8.464.3 ± 13.171.7 ± 5.579.3 ± 1.5
1487.7 ± 2.078.7 ± 4.062.7 ± 8.054.3 ± 12.264.0 ± 7.075.7 ± 3.5
Cholesterol (mg/dL)765.7 ± 5.070.3 ± 3.880.7 ± 3.281.3 ± 2.571.7 ± 9.571.7 ± 2.5
1463.3 ± 3.274.3 ± 4.992.3 ± 4.2109.0 ± 6.584.0 ± 7.070.0 ± 9.5
TG (mg/dL)7134.7 ± 5.0136.3 ± 5.7142.7 ± 4.0150.3 ± 3.8142.7 ± 3.2132.0 ± 7.0
14127.0 ± 7.0141.3 ± 8.0154.0 ± 6.2165.7 ± 6.1149.3 ± 1.6135.0 ± 5.0
HDL-c (mg/dL)733.3 ± 1.631.7 ± 1.633.0 ± 2.030.3 ± 2.133.7 ± 2.534.7 ± 1.6
1431.7 ± 1.631.3 ± 3.533.3 ± 1.632.3 ± 2.537.7 ± 1.636.0 ± 3.6
LDL-c (mg/dL)710.1 ± 2.811.4 ± 5.219.1 ± 4.120.9 ± 1.113.1 ± 3.111.9 ± 1.5
149.3 ± 1.114.7 ± 7.328.2 ± 4.535.2 ± 2.116.5 ± 6.011.0 ± 5.2
ALT (u/L)761.0 ± 2.060.7 ± 3.865.0 ± 6.068.3 ± 7.667.3 ± 2.665.3 ± 4.5
1460.3 ± 2.066.0 ± 4.373.0 ± 9.196.3 ± 5.677.7 ± 12.567.7 ± 3.0

Different letters (a–d) in the same parameter represent significance at . Significantly different from control, significantly different from OG1, and significantly different from OG3 in the same parameter. OG, oxidized ghee; NG, unoxidized/normal ghee.

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